PERFORM, LEAD, AND SERVE
My name is Michelle Ewer, and I am your Tri-M Music Honor Society Chair. Tri-M Music Honor Society offers students, grades 6 through 12, an opportunity to perform, serve the community as well as places them in leadership positions. It helps to bring a music department together and operate as one. Tri-M looks different in every school. Feel free to click on the links below to answer questions that you may have.
Colorado has one of the strongest Tri-M conventions across the country, Students come together to share and discover new ways to make their own chapters stronger. Students walk away feeling excited and eager to try new ideas they have experienced at the convention. Join us Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 at the Broadmoor Hotel for Tri-M day. Bring your instruments if applicable and a music stand as well. We always have sessions that are hands on as well as a combined full orchestra/vocal performance at the end of the day.
This year we welcome Matthew Arau as our Keynote speaker. Matthew comes to us from Lawrence University and taught at Walt Clark Middle School as well as Loveland High School. I know you are not going to want to miss this opportunity to have your students take part in Tri-M Day.
Keep checking back on this page for updates and feel free to email me with any questions you may have. I look forward to serving you again as your Colorado Tri-M Chair
Colorado Tri-M Chair
Registration for Tri-M Day at the 2020 CMEA Clinic/Conference
Pre-registration for attendance at Tri-M Day is closed. On-site registration on January 22, 2020 is $35 per student. Anyone registering on January 22, 2020 is not eligible for lunch.
Students must each complete the student registration form listed below to sign up for their sessions.